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Monthly Archives: November 2015

Do I Need a Parenting Plan?

By DeVoe Law Firm |

In any divorce case where minor children are involved, Florida’s priority is always the children. In Florida, it is the right of all children to receive support from both parents, financial and other, until the age of 18. That being said, when parents are separating, the state requires a parenting plan when time-sharing of… Read More »

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Possible Consequences of Failing to Pay Child Support in Florida

By DeVoe Law Firm |

In the state of Florida, every child has the right to financial support from both their mother and father until the age of 18. Sometimes, that law is not always followed by the parent who is ordered to pay child support, and their child support becomes overdue or unpaid. Florida automatically deducts child support… Read More »

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Child Support Modification in Florida

By DeVoe Law Firm |

There are several reasons why a parent may want modification to their child support. The parent paying the child support might have lost their job, gotten a new, lower paying job, or seen an increase in child expenses. The parent receiving the child support may seek an increase in child support because the child… Read More »

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Common Ways to Establish Paternity in Florida

By DeVoe Law Firm |

There are many reasons for wanting to legally establish the paternity of a child. A woman might want to prove, or deny the paternity of a particular man. A man might want to prove or deny his paternity of a particular child, for similar reasons. A woman might want to establish paternity for a… Read More »

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